Ohio State Cornerback Ryan Watts Enters Transfer Portal

Ohio State cornerback Ryan Watts is transferring from Ohio State. The news was first reported by Patrick Murphy. Watts was a second-year player for the Buckeyes. He played in seven games as a true freshman in 2020 and in 11 games this current season. Watts finished this year with six tackles and two interceptions. An …

ScoopNotes: Are the Corners Back for the Buckeyes?

One of the bigger questions for the Buckeyes coming into this camp season was how healthy fourth-year junior cornerback Cameron Brown would be compared to his former self. Brown has been one of the faster players on the team since he arrived in 2018, but an Achilles injury last year cast a significant shadow on …

Cornerback Ryan Watts Impressed In Spring, Looking For More In Fall

Every day until fall camp begins for Ohio State, we will profile a different Buckeye football player. Today that player is redshirt freshman cornerback Ryan Watts. Yesterday it was safety Josh Proctor. You can find all of the daily Scoop Profiles right here. Ryan Watts No. 16 | Cornerback | 6-3 202 | Redshirt Freshman | Little …

Spring Gleaning: Young Cornerbacks (And A Veteran Running Back) Got Good Work

Now that spring football is over, it’s time to look back at exactly what we just saw. We’ll go over each position group over the next two weeks with what was learned and what still needs to happen. Up next will be the Ohio State cornerbacks. [Previous: Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Tight Ends | Defensive Ends | Safeties] Quick Position Overview …

Spring Breakdown: Can Ohio State Corners Get Back to Being ‘Best In America’

Snapshot Ohio State loses starting cornerback Shaun Wade from last season, but does return the other starter in Sevyn Banks. (For our purposes, we are only considering the outside cornerback positions here and will cover the “slot corner” (from here on out known as “slot safety” or “strong safety” or “box safety”) with the safeties …

Replacing Shaun Wade: Down on the Corners?

Shaun Wade came to Ohio State as the No. 2 cornerback in the 2017 recruiting class. The No. 1 cornerback was teammate Jeff Okudah. Wade enrolled early and had some impressive moments in his first spring game, but it was eventually revealed that he had an abdominal tear which cost him his true freshman season. …

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